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T-Mobile finally unveils iPhone 4 pricing

T-Mobile has finally announced its pricing structure for the beleaguered iPhone 4.Customers of the Deutsche Telekom-owned network will be able to pick up Apple's newest handset on 24-month contracts starting from £25 per month.
Written by Ben Woods, Contributor on

T-Mobile has finally announced its pricing structure for the beleaguered iPhone 4.

Customers of the Deutsche Telekom-owned network will be able to pick up Apple's newest handset on 24-month contracts starting from £25 per month.

At this lowest price point, customers will have to shell out £259 up front for the 16GB version or £349 for the 32GB. The monthly £25 payment will net T-Mobile customers 100 minutes of talktime, 100 texts and 500MB of data.

If the up-front costs seem a bit steep there is a tariff that offers the 16GB iPhone 4 for free, but the commitment will set you back £60 per month for two years. However, it does offer unlimited voice minutes (FUP of 3000 minutes applies), 500 texts and 1GB of data.

A slightly more modest offering, priced at £40 per month, allows customers to get their hands on the 16GB or 32GB device for £129 or £229 up-front and provides 900 minutes, 500 texts and 500MB of internet usage.

If the contract route doesn't appeal, T-Mobile will also be offering both variants on PAYG priced at £399 and £499 respectively, plus a £10 top-up.

Full details of the pricing structure can be found on the T-Mobile website, though the handset isn't yet available to order on the network.

Both 3 and Tesco also recently announced their price plans for the iPhone 4, with the latter offering it on a 12-month contract.

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